Valdosta State offers over 100 degree, certificate and endorsement programs on campus or online, allowing our students to advance their education with engaging professors in a comfortable setting.
Centralized Advising at VSU guides all first-year students through major selection, course registration and the the transition from high school to college. After a successful first year (30 hours), students are transitioned to college advising.
VSU learning communities are designed to ease the transition from high school to college by allowing first-year students to build social and academic skills together in an integrated living and learning environment.
Why wait until graduate school? VSU students enjoy the opportunity to complete one-on-one research with faculty in their field at undergraduate AND graduate levels.
With a thriving international student population and over 150 different exchange and study abroad opportunities, VSU students receive exposure to global cultures on campus and abroad.
Communication Disorders graduate Bailey Salter's dream is to enable children with various disabilities and disorders to achieve academic and social success.
From reference to refreshments, labs to late-night study sessions, printing reports to printing 3D models, Odum Library is the most complete resource VSU students, faculty and staff will find, on campus or online.
Our faculty lead in innovation and instruction to further the impact the university has on our students and community. Click below to see the great work they are doing.